Check_MK provides plugins for Didactum`s remote environmental and security monitoring devices. You can download these plugins here.

Update: Download the latest OpenNMS Meridian 2015+ or OpenNMS Horizon 14+ configuration module for Didactum`s networked remote monitoring devices and IP sensors here.

OpenNMS has published an article how you can easily integrate your 500 remote monitor and the corresponding intelligent sensors.

The time required for the integration of Didactum measuring and monitoring systems SNMP MIB file you can download directly from the multilingual web interface of the appliance.

To do this, go to the Web GUI menu item

  • "Preferences" and go to
  • "Network"

and then click on "Download MIB file".

The Didactum monitoring systems are stand-alone monitoring systems. To run this TCP / IP-based measurement and monitoring technology, no software installation on notebook, PC or server is required.

However, since this alarm system are SNMP compatible, a connection in SNMP tools and leading network management software (NMS) is possible. Necessary for the integration of Didactum monitoring hardware and Didactum sensors in management environments SNMP MIB files are included.

Customers Didactum set the monitoring hardware under the following solutions (excerpt):

CA Spectrum
GroundWork Monitor 7
HP Network Node Manager Work
IBM Tivoli Network Manager
IPHost Network Manager
Kaseya Network Monitor
Pandora FMS
Verax NMS
WhatsUp Gold

You can download the MIB file with the required SNMP information for the networked monitoring units and IP sensors directly in the web interface. In the English web interface under Preferences please go to the SNMP tab. At the bottom you find the entry Download MIB file.  Just click on the entry.

Alternatively, you can download Didactum's MIB here as well.

Then import Didactum MIB file with a so-called MIB browser. A free MIB browser can be found here.

After importing the MIB with the MIB Browser, please copy the corresponding OID's into your Network-Management-System (NMS).

Further information about the SNMP OID`s of the sensors can be found here.